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Walk'n'Chair Combination Walker-Wheelchair
2 pics-left of elderly lady in pink jacket & blue jeans pushing a wheelchair with no back - instead has handles with brakes like a walker. Rt pic of Native American man with blue checked shirt and blue jeans sitting on similar walker/wheelchair

The Walk'n'Chair Combination Walker-Wheelchair (complete with hand brakes, hinged footrests, and reversible handles, seat, and carrying basket) is designed to quickly transition from one to the other. As a rolling walker, the two large wheels are designed to allow one to navigate stably over uneven terrain (e.g., dirt trails, grass, gravel) and snow-covered areas. As a wheelchair, it can be either driven by the user or pushed by another person. Converting from one mode to the other is a matter of reversing direction of the handles and basket and flipping the seat. It is designed to be collapsible for transport.

Estimated Cost Cost range: See below

Limitations Limitations Addressed by Product: Lower extremity

SourceBrookefield Hunter, Incorporated
40 Buckskin Road
Belgrade, MT, 59714
Est. Cost$975
Last updated: Jul 15, 2021

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